Scorching France has issued red heatwave alerts for the first time ever as southern regions brace for 113F (45C) temperatures on Friday. The country’s national weather service upped the alert level from orange for the departments of Herault, Gard, Vaucluse and Bouches-du-Rhone warning ‘all members of the public should be concerned, even if they are in good health’. There were further warnings today that the ‘worst is still to come’ in France, with the Saharan Bubble set to come to the boil tomorrow. Meanwhile, farm animals have been roasted alive in Spain after ‘out of control’ wildfires ripped across parts of Catalonia, fanned by hot, powerful winds. Blazes have also broken out in Greece and Germany as Europe suffers through an ‘unprecedented’ spell of June heat. On Wednesday Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic recorded their highest-ever June temperatures. In Italy, two elderly men have died from heatstroke while seven cities have been put on red alert for extreme temperatures. Helicopters drop water over a fire during a forest fire near Bovera, west of Tarragona, Spain. Officials said today that the blaze, fanned by hot winds, is ‘out of control’ A forest fire in Spain raged out of control on Thursday… Read full this story
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